Sanjay Lake is a man-made lake formed by the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) from the back-flowing Yamuna River and the Hindon River channel, located in Sanjay Lake Park. The lake encompasses 42 acres of the forest's overall size of 170 acres. If we stroll through the history of this tourist destination in East Delhi, we will discover that the region was not built until 1970. Sanjay Lake became accessible to the general public in 1982. It is located in Trilokpuri, East Delhi, and is a peaceful place for tourists and visitors to unwind.
The lake's lush surroundings attract visitors searching for calm as well as 90 kinds of birds, both migratory and resident. It is ideal for nature enthusiasts who want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
This 17-hectare lake is bordered by a huge green belt and is a popular tourist destination due to its boating amenities. It's also a popular spot for wildlife photographers and birders. For fitness aficionados, there is a jogging and walking track, an adventure park with a jungle house, a soft play area, an archery location, a tree-top course, and much more.